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Stress management refers to the wide spectrum of techniques and psychotherapies aimed at controlling a person’s levels of stress, especially chronic stress, usually for the purpose of improving everyday functioning. It’s important for a person to learn how to manage and deal with stress, especially in today’s go-go world. Everyone deals with stressful situations at some point and it can wreak havoc on your mental and physical well-being. Besides personal problems, extreme stress also causes different physiological and psychological disorders in the body such as anxiety, chronic headaches, depression, withdrawal symptoms, nausea, phobias, blood pressure, heart impairments, and many more. This is where Stress Management Therapy comes in.
Stress Management Therapy exists to help counter such effects of stress. It refers to the techniques employed by psychiatrists, therapists and doctors, who help stressed individuals to relieve their stress, tensions, and resume their lives in a normal, stress-free way.
The various techniques that can be employed in a Stress Management Therapy session include relaxation, interaction, biofeedback, cognitive behavior therapy, exercises, such as muscle stretching exercises, yoga, meditation, time management techniques, and many more.